• Come on Down it's Pre-Season Time

    Hard to believe it's nearly that time of the year again when we drag our aging bodies back to Bushy Park for pre-season training. Thursday 11 July at 7pm is the date and time to remember. Terenure FC looks likely to have four senior men's teams (3 Saturday, 1 Sunday) and an over 35's side once again, so all skill levels are catered for if you are interested in coming down. The club attracts players from all over Dublin and beyond so don't be shy in coming along, last season there was representatives from Wexford, Derry, Donegal, Tipperary, Galway, Limerick as well as England and Scotland, everyone is made to feel welcome.

    For further information you can contact the club via Facebook [Terenure Football Club (Official)], Twitter (@terenurefc) or the club website (www.terenurefc.com). There's also ever expanding ladies, girls and boys sections of the club, so the whole family can get involved. New coaches are always welcome and the club will help to facilitate them in attaining relevant coaching qualifications.
    This article was originally published in blog: Come on Down it's Pre-Season Time started by passinginterest
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